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Maritime News

Latest maritime-related news from the UK and beyond

Bringing you a selected round-up of significant news, opinion and events involving Maritime London members and the UK shipping cluster generally, with special emphasis on the economic impact of the maritime services’ sector and its contribution to the wider national economy.

Changing landscape for UAE maritime industry

Changing landscape for UAE maritime industry

Watson Farley & Williams’ Michael Savva, Finance Partner and Dubai Office Head, Partner Andrew Baird and Paralegal Alice Atkinson discuss a recent...Read More

Insurers pinpoint complex causation of container casualties

Insurers pinpoint complex causation of container casualties

Both the extent and pace of growth in container volumes have put strains on a wide range of operational procedures and the physical hardware employed to...Read More

Green and sustainable lending

Green and sustainable lending

Archie Campbell, Partner and Slavina Dimitrova, Knowledge development paralegal at international law firm Stephenson Harwood LLP say in their recent article...Read More

Maritime UK launches Mental Health Benchmark Survey

Maritime UK launches Mental Health Benchmark Survey

Maritime UK, the umbrella body for the £46bn maritime sector, is partnering with Safer Highways to launch its first survey into how employers support...Read More

Royal Australian Navy contracts Bureau Veritas

Royal Australian Navy contracts Bureau Veritas

Bureau Veritas will support the development of a component of Navy’s compliance response to DSwMS and is to open new Liaison and Support office in Adelaide

Bureau Veritas (BV), a  leader in testing, inspection and certification (TIC) services, is working with...Read More

WFW client Precious Shipping successfully settles long-running bulker dispute for US$40.5m

WFW client Precious Shipping successfully settles long-running bulker dispute for US$40.5m

Watson Farley & Williams (WFW) acted for longstanding client Precious Shipping Public Co., Ltd (Precious) on a series of complex ongoing disputes over...Read More

Marine Society launches English@Sea +

Marine Society has launched English@Sea Plus, a new course aimed at improving English language skills at sea.English@Sea Plus has been designed to help...Read More

Inmarsat and partners launch ‘Crew Welfare Open Innovation Challenge’

Inmarsat and partners launch ‘Crew Welfare Open Innovation Challenge’

Challenge for start-ups and SMEs will fund and test application that helps improve the safety of deck operations, minimises fatigue on board, reduces administration on board and improves overall crew welfare

Inmarsat, the world leader in global, mobile satellite communications, has joined forces with Shell Shipping...Read More

HM Coastguard to replace emergency radio network infrastructure

HM Coastguard to replace emergency radio network infrastructure

The Maritime and Coastguard Agency is investing over £170 million in a new radio network that will enable Her Majesty’s Coastguard to continue to save...Read More

London remains leader in maritime arbitration

London remains leader in maritime arbitration

Two recent studies published have highlighted the leading position of London as the preferred place for the resolution of maritime disputes by arbitration.The...Read More

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